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August 1, 2016 at 5:30 pm in reply to: Modifying Secondary Menu – Altitude Pro #190607
Thanks! Yeah, that was embarassingly obvious!
As for the repositioning, I discovered using css to position the secondary header was impractical. Was able to put the secondary menu into the proper position simply by keeping the original repositioning code and changing the priority to match that of the primary menu (and now I know about priorities!! Cool!)
I've added a unique background color to the secondary menu, now I have to figure out how to make the background color extend full width, outside of the site-header wrap container on large browsers.
I also moved the white bottom border from site-header to nav-primary so that each menu has a bottom-border. Now I have to figure out how to remove it when .dark (guessing will have to add a .dark class to nav-primary and hope it doesn't impact other parts of site).April 29, 2016 at 8:01 pm in reply to: Interior Pro – Replace Hero with Featured Image #184718
Actually moved to a different theme, and discovered Blox Lite actually can do the job, just had to change how I approached the problem. Instead of configuring one Blox to display featured image for each archive (which failed, as there IS no featured image for an archive), had to a create a Blox / custom image for each archive. Same effect, just a couple more steps if I add an archive. Works well.April 18, 2016 at 11:27 pm in reply to: Interior Pro – Replace Hero with Featured Image #183885
Thanks for your quick reply!
As you figured out from my obscure question, I am looking to display a unique header image for each page, post, and select archive pages. Blox Lite is great for posts and pages, but hasn't worked for archives. I tried to bypass the restriction of no meta box for featured image for archives by adding a plugin - Category Featured Images, but wherever that plugin is placing the info for the featured image, is not being picked up by Blox Lite.
I'll try your suggestion, and look for a plugin that both displays the featured image as a header and adds the ability to assign featured images to archives. Thanks again!